MOBY DICK from Seedstockers is a genetic no cultivator is going to want to miss out on. It represents decades of hard work and its genetics sourced from all over the world in order to produce one of the must stunning examples of domesticated sativa genetics available today. A quick flowering plant, with obnoxiously heavy yields, the Moby Dick strain is a thrill to cultivate and a favorite of consumers.
Seedstockers Moby Dick strain is the prodigal daughter of White Widow. In the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, White Widow was the source of tons of buzz within the industry. Everyone wanted to get their hands on a cut of the original widow. Since then its won cup after cup, for the devastatingly snow covered buds it produces and for its powerful and long lasting effects. By crossing White Widow with an unknown Haze variety we’ve created a mind-bending and super psychedelic, feminized, sativa genetic with a shorter flowering period – making the Moby Dick strain suitable for indoor and outdoor cultivation.
Thanks to a half century of dedicated breeding with the most elite genetics from all over the world, Moby Dick feminized seeds express some of the most desired traits in terms of cultivation. Vegetating plants will benefit and respond happily to cropping and training of the branches. Expect sturdy branching structures that will absolutely hold up massive amounts of weight. This said, the gigantic and heavy harvests of the most sought after buds means constructing support latices and structures is vital when growing the Moby Dick strain.
Thanks to selective breeding techniques, you’ll be able to harvest as early as 9 weeks after the first signs of flowering when growing indoor, and in the middle to end of October in the Northern Hemisphere outdoor. This is a phenomenally short flowering time for a sativa genetic, and in fact those in the know might leave their plants to go an extra week or two still if they want to really bring out the very best of the award winning ancestry found in Moby Dick.
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